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Transfer Students' Frequently Asked Questions

 

How do I apply for admission to UT?   If you would like to apply for admission to The University of Toledo, you can do so through the UT Admission Application Page. To apply for admission, you will need to provide us with official transcripts from every college and university that you have attended, complete an application for admission and turn in the $40 non-refundable application fee. Transcripts and application can be mailed to:
The University of Toledo
Office of Undergraduate Admission
Mail Stop 338
Toledo, Ohio 43606

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When is the best time to apply for admission?   An application is valid for one year from the time of application. It is best to apply anytime after October 1 for Spring, Summer or Fall semester of the following year. You can submit an application up to one year in advance. However, applications for the Spring term (beginning in January) are not reviewed until October.

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How do I know if my credits will transfer and apply to my UT degree? You can get a preliminary idea of how your credits will transfer and apply to your major at UT by going online to the Transferology website at www.transfer.org, creating an account, and requesting a cross-reference planning guide. Once admitted, you will receive a transfer credit evaluation from an advisor in the college to which you were admitted detailing the transfer of credits.

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Does UT offer transfer scholarships?  Yes! We do offer transfer scholarships/awards, for both in-state and out-of-state students beginning spring or fall semester. Once admitted you will automatically be considered for admission scholarships, there is not a separate scholarship application.  A completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be on file for scholarship consideration.  Any additional application requirements are noted in the scholarship/award descriptions.

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How and when do I apply for financial aid?  The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), can be filed online. Be sure to include The University of Toledo's school code: 003131. The processing takes about 3 weeks so you will want to submit your FAFSA as soon as possible, because awarding becomes more limited as time passes.  If you have already submitted the FAFSA or FAFSA renewal form and did not include UT as one of your choices, you will want to use your PIN to to add UT.  The best time to file the FAFSA is every January/February for the following academic year.

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How can I receive additional information about UT in the mail? If you would like more information about The University, a specific major, or would like to be notified of upcoming events, please complete the request information form.

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How can I arrange a campus visit? Our campus visits/tours run daily Monday-Friday 10:00am and 2:30pm and selected Saturdays at 11:15am. You can arrange your campus visit online!

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What is the in-state residency policy? The in-state residency policy is outlined in the Undergraduate Admission Application.

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What are the admission requirements? Admission requirements vary from college to college. A complete list of admission requirements, listed by college, is available online by clicking Transfer Admission Standards.
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How much is tuition, room and board?:  For the 2014-2015academic year, in-state tuition is $335.49 per credit hour.  Out-of-state tuition is $724.57 per credit hour. (Note: Monroe county residents receive in-state tuition rates). For a more detailed look at the fees please go here.
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Are transfer students required to live on campus? All full-time freshman who are not living with parents or relatives are required to live in University residence halls and participate in the meal program. For more information on housing please visit the Office of Residence Life.
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If I transfer to UT does my GPA transfer? Your cumulative transfer GPA will be used in the admission process, however your previous GPA will not transfer to UT. Your UT GPA will be determined based on your coursework completed here at UT. However, all college-level coursework (higher education) GPAs are used for some selective admission programs/majors as well as to calculate eligibility for honors at the time of graduation.
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How do I register for classes? Once you have been admitted to UT, you will receive information in the mail about Rocket Transition, UT's new transfer student orientation program. At Rocket Transition you will be able to get your Rocket Card (UT student id), meet with an adviser, register for classes, and purchase a parking permit. You will also be oriented to the various services available at UT to help students succeed. More information about Rocket Transition is available online at www.orientation.utoledo.edu.

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Still have other questions?  Help is on the way!  Simply email your additional questions to transferadmission@utoledo.edu.

Last Updated: 6/26/15